Post image for Blue’Aina and Maui Brewing Company Help Raise $350 for Alaska Whale Foundation

There is a cheeky saying in the whale watching world that when it comes to the migration of North Pacific humpbacks, Alaska is the kitchen, Hawaii is the bedroom, and there is a really long 3,000 mile hallway that connects the two. As the Blue’Aina reef cleanup program moved into the month of April, we [...]

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Post image for Trilogy Partners with Goodfellow Brothers and Maui Brewing Company to Raise $1,000 for Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project

The Blue’Aina team was at it again on March 23rd, this time heading to the “Shark Pit” reef just south of Lahaina Harbor. Some runoff from the heavy rains the night before rendered much of the shoreline inaccessible, but luckily we were able to find a puka of clear water to snorkel and clean the [...]

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Post image for The Trilogy Guide to Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins

While there is no doubting that whale watching season in Maui is one of our favorite times of the year,  the only bad part about whale season in Maui is that it eventually comes to an end. Our spinner dolphins, on the other hand, are playful residents of Maui waters who stay with us throughout [...]

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Post image for Blue’Aina Partners With Honua Kai to Raise $1,000 for Save the Monk Seal Foundation

On a sunny, Sunday morning on March 9th (which have been tough to come by this winter!), the Trilogy Blue’Aina program set out on another reef cleanup to scour the shoreline of West Maui. In addition to a full boat of 55 volunteers who joined us to take part in the cleanup, we were also [...]

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Post image for Tying The Knot: A look into a Hawaii Destination Wedding

Congratulations, you’ve entered into a new stage of commitment, romance, and the expectations of “happily ever after”. You are engaged and life is brimming with joy and, well let’s be honest, planning! The planning phase can easily knock the wind out of any sail if you don’t navigate these waters carefully. For Hawaii destination weddings [...]

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Trilogy Says “A Hui Hou” To Captain Chris After 36 Years

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. After 36 years of sailing together, Trilogy Excursions bids a hui hou and a big Mahalo to Captain Chris Walsh as he sets out on a new adventure. He will be taking these very significant years of experience in leadership, innovation, team building, sales, marketing, and ultimately as a merchant mariner, to launch a new career as an Independent [...]

Thar She Blows! An Intro To Common Whale Behavior On Maui Whale Watching Tours

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Whale season in Maui is finally upon us, and our Maui whale watching tours are reporting amazing sightings on every trip that heads out. While we can always guarantee humpback sightings during our whale watching tours in Maui, no two tours over the course of the season are ever completely the same. Even if you’ve [...]

Tips For Avoiding Sea Sickness When Snorkeling In Maui

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One of the biggest questions we get from passengers is how to avoid getting sea sick. Going snorkeling in Maui or enjoying a Maui sunset sail can be one of the most memorable moments of your vacation, but you want to make sure that it isn’t a memory of feeling nauseous and hanging on the [...]

Ten Facts About Whale Watching In Maui

Thumbnail image for Ten Facts About Whale Watching In Maui December 18, 2013

It’s that time of year again! Large winter swells have begun to hit the north shore, Lahaina is getting those cold 65 degree nights (brrr!), and the waters off Maui have begun to teem with the splashes of acrobatic whales. Whale season in Maui has officially begun, and our Maui whale watching tours are already [...]